A job is a job right? You work, you get paid, you work, you get paid. Right? It’s a repeat of the same events. Get up, go the “that place” as many refer to it. Try to avoid annoying co workers, same routine. Unless, of course your boss throws a little something extra in there for you. Or you could have one of those jobs where if you do a good job, bust your butt, get your work done right and on time, they have you help someone else who did not “try” to get their work done. Someone who complained enough that now their laziness equals extra hours for you and less time for your family or your personal life.
Do you have one of these jobs? Angry customers, ungrateful bosses, same old routine day in and day out, pay check to pay check. The alarm goes off in the morning and you want to weep. Dropping your kids off at daycare yet again to be where you don’t want to be. Is there an alternative. Can I really have a job I love and make money at it? What about financial security? I can’t save enough to start my own business. I can’t change career paths at this stage of life. What happens to my family if I fail?
Take a look at my job.
This is my friend Mallory. Is she my co-worker, well yes. But it’s more than that. Let me introduce you to the world of Network Marketing.
Which of the below illustrations looks like your current job?
My career looks like the top one, my husbands.. the bottom.
Network marketing is very different that your average “work force”.
I find it very interesting when I hear statements from people like Donald Trump, Bill Gates, and Warren Buffet speak about Network Marketing. Have you heard of these guys?
Fortune magazine called direct selling (of which network marketing is the largest segment) “the best kept secret in the business world.” It has experienced 91-percent growth in the last 10 years with annual sales in excess of $30 billion in the United States, and $100 billion worldwide. Financial experts say it’s a “recession proof” industry. Billionaire Warren Buffet, after purchasing a network marketing company, called it the best investment he’d ever made. Tom Peters, author of In Search of Excellence, calls it the first truly revolutionary shift in marketing in the last 50 years.
“I am often asked if Network Marketing is a Pyramid Scheme. My reply is that corporations really are pyramid schemes. A corporation has only one person at the top, generally the CEO, and everyone else below.” — Donald Trump, Entrepreneur and Author
Why Network Marketing?
It usually costs less to get involved. Other than samples of the products and an at-cost distributor kit, there is usually no investment. Customer orders can be drop-shipped by the company, and customers can usually reorder company direct or on the company Web site with the designated bonuses going to the person that made the original sale. Consequently, this doesn’t require major inventory. And that means …
More people can become involved, since the concept embraces the part-time salesperson along with the full-time career builder.
There’s potential for exponential growth. Distributors can leverage their energy and efforts through a small number of people they train who manage to in turn train and manage their own people and so on. In this way, sales create bonuses for the sponsor and upline.
To learn more about Pink Zebra, visit my website sprinklesoffaith.com
Mallory and I with our game faces on!
Hope you enjoyed my post!